Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Dividend Income - November 2017

Again, one month passed and it is time to report my dividend income. In November 2017 my portfolio dividend income was as follows:


Semiannual dividend received from:

NCC AB (NCC) - € 153.47 ($ 357.58)

Quarterly dividends received from: 

AT&T Inc. (T) - € 130,25 ($ 151.90)
General Mills Inc. (GIS) - € 25.30 ($ 29.40)
CVS Health Corporation (CVS) - € 23.69 ($ 27.50)
ONEOK Inc. (OKE) - € 31.57 ($ 37.25)
Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) - € 21.24 ($ 25.00)
Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI) - € 101.98 ($ 120.25)
AbbVie Inc. (ABBV) - € 24.42 ($ 28.80) 
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc. (SKT) - € 43.57 ($ 17.13)
Emera Incorporated (EMA.TO) - € 48.92 ($ 57.58)
Eaton Corporation plc (ETN) - € 15.26 ($ 18.00)
Oriflame Holding AG (STO:ORI) - € 75.26 ($ 89.84)
HCP Inc. (HCP) - € 31.52 ($ 37.00) 
Royal Bank of Canada (RY.TO) - € 71.88 ($ 85.59)
Williams-Sonoma Inc. (WSM) - € 14.84 ($ 17.55)
Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) - € 87.18 ($102.70)


Monthly dividends received from:

Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV) - € 62.16 ($ 72.30)
Inter Pipeline Ltd. (IPL.TO) - € 29.22 ($ 34.40)
LTC Properties Inc. (LTC) - € 15.16 ($ 18.05)


My Total dividends in November are € 1,006.89 ($ 1,183.60). After tax payments, my net dividend income is € 743.41 ($ 873.91). In year 2016, my net dividend income in November was € 706.71. My portfolio's net dividend income increased by 5.2% to compared the same month of last year.




This month's dividend increased my cumulative net dividend income € 48,145.52.




My net dividend income YTD is € 10,512.56, so I have now collected 94% of my target net dividend income for this year, which is €11,200.00. It looks that I will stay a little below my target. The end of the year's performance depends a lot on how the Euro's exchange rate evolves to the dollar.


You can follow the development of my dividends here.

Full Disclosure: Long on above mentioned stocks.

Thanks for stopping by!
 

11 comments:

  1. Nice month. Anytime you can break 1k in a single month is huge. I am still trying to accomplish consistent triple digit months and you are knocking out four digits haha. Also breaking the 10k mark in a year is awesome, congrats! Keep it up. Hopefully you hit your yearly goal even though you are slightly behind it.

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  2. Awesome!

    Are those divis gross or net (after 25.5% tax)?

    My personal estimate for next year is 6200€ on gross dividends.

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    1. Thank you, mostly those are net ones, on the list they are gross, on the pictures they are net.

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  3. Wow, that's some serious dividend income! Congratulations! What does the tax system look like in Finland, regarding dividends/capital gains?
    - SD

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    1. Hi ST, thanks you. Herkuilleperso Piensijoittaja was faster and already answered your question about taxes!

      Cheers,
      DH

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  4. Tax is usually 25,5 %. It's lower on unlisted companies and if you have over 30 000 euros a year, It rises I think 3 % of the euros ovet that 30 000.

    There are plenty of deals to avoin double-taxes. So for example if US government takes 15 % you have to pay 10 % more to Finland.

    On ETF-dividends the tax is higher, 30 %. Thats the basic capital gain.

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    1. Moi HP and thank you for the clarification.

      DH

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  5. Awesome hawk. Congrats on another monster month. Keep it up!

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  6. Hawk -

    Congrats on breaking 4 digits, amazing!

    -Lanny

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  7. Imressive! November is one of my weakest months.

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  8. Killing it man. Amazing dividends and awesome increases. Someday I hope to have similar dividends. Well done sir.

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